This is getting loony tunes out there even for Mike Lindell. Monsieur Le Polochon is having an invite only summit in Springfield, Missouri — otherwise, I would send Durrati there. He lives close by. It began yesterday and is ending today. Lindell anticipated that 100 million people would view this event, considering that it’s being broadcast in 85 languages worldwide. Here’s what attendance looked like yesterday. Just saying.
Not quite at the 100 million he was aiming for. But there’s always tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/u0J7RcSFDe
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) August 17, 2023
Yesterday is now today and here’s what attendance in the actual room looks like.
Don’t mind all these empty seats. It’s 4:30, and that’s when Golden Corral opens for supper.
— ᕼEᖇᗷ KOᗯᗩᒪᔕKI (@HerbKowalski) August 17, 2023
PolitiZoom would be delighted to cover this live, only we didn’t get an invite. If this is new information to you, Mike Lindell hates me. Go to 4:30 on this clip. We made it into Jimmy Kimmel’s monologue one night.
Back to today. Newsweek reports Lindell said:
“This election summit is not going to be about more evidence. We have enough evidence. Evidence has been the easy part. This summit is all about hope and the plan to secure our elections immediately.”
And here are details of what Lindell’s next move is. We guess.
MyPillow's Mike Lindell has been hyping his secret plan to save elections for a week. He just released it — and it's a little drone he plans to fly over polling sites. https://t.co/3dnNputy1V
— Will Sommer (@willsommer) August 17, 2023
And I guess Dennis Montgomery will make the drone. He’s the Hammer and Scorecard guy and he’s already soaked Lindell for $1.5 million, which he used to buy a fancy house in Florida.
Now here’s where this falls apart logically. Every building that has a polling station in it is likely to have WiFi, agreed? Ergo, how is he going to know if the voting machines are hookd up to the WiFi? Or, is that the gag? Just report that there’s WiFi in the building and voting machines in the building and the two must be hooked up?
I guess we’ll have to wait for next year’s symposium to find out.